Boyle, Dan

Thursday, 27 May 2004

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 586 No. 4

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Order of Business.

Does the promised announcement by the end of May on decentralisation and relocation of civil servants require a specific Government regulation? Will such a regulation be laid before the House and will...More Button

Committees of the Houses of the Oireachtas (Compellability, Privileges and Immunities of Witnesses) (Amendment) Bill 2004: Second Stage.

We are told that hard cases lead to bad law, but there is a danger today that the House will create bad law to justify hard cases. Such a danger always exists when legislation is rushed in reaction to...More Button

He did not join my party.More Button

That such thinking persists does not do the political system credit. We should engage in a wide-ranging and in-depth examination of the relationship between the political system and the Judiciary to e...More Button

Committees of the Houses of the Oireachtas (Compellability, Privileges and Immunities of Witnesses) (Amendment) Bill 2004: Committee Stage.

On Committee Stage we can use whatever opportunity we have to question some of the wording in the Bill and highlight the fact that it is being debated in a vacuum. That we are referring to Acts of 192...More Button

Other Questions - Rail Services.

Asked the minister: if it is feasible to extend the proposed new commuter rail service in Cork to Midleton and Youghal; and the steps he intends to take to progress such a proposal.More Button

Written Answers - Rail Services.

Asked the minister: his plans for developing similar new public transport services on the south side of Cork city in view of the Cork suburban rail line initiative introducing new commuter services to the north and east ...More Button


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